Saturday, 2 May 2015

Don't Live At The Gym!

It's not a good idea to stay too long in the gym says a consortium of renowned workout experts. 

In fact, you're less likely to return to the gym if you stay for more than one hour.
Additionally, you can get burned out if you're not pumped on carbs throughout the day, something that most bodybuilders avoid in the first place. Routine is more important than maxing out to the point of passing out.

Deleterious side effects can occur with a maximum workout schedule. However, it is important to differentiate between excess workout and just getting everything going at full speed. In women, spending too much time at the gym or exercising to the point of exhaustion increases the chances of infertility three times over. It is no wonder that successful female athletes have considerable trouble starting a family. Spending more than 45 minutes to an hour at the gym in strenuous exercise can signal the body to produce excess cortisone which can tell the body to store fat. 
 Furthermore, doing cardio exercise for more than 30 minutes has no use because the maximum effect of a cardio workout is achieved in the first 30 minute timespan. Interestingly, people see the need to use a more intuitive approach and exercise more than 30 minutes, but the scientific approach would have them stop at 30 minutes. The general issue of attraction can also come up because most women that men like don't even have a gym membership. Trying to get rid of every single pound can make a woman look artificial and unwomanly.

Women tend to like men that are toned but not overly built. It is your choice how you want to appear to others, and you can sculpt your body however you choose, but it is wiser to go for more a natural look and that means spending a moderate amount of time in the gym.

Also, if you're doing a well-planned workout schedule, then you shouldn't need to spend an excess of time in the gym. No one should work out for more than 1 hour, and 45 minutes is preferable. Try to get a concise schedule going ahead of time so that you don't waste time trying to figure out what to do when you're in the gym.

Finally, the Body for Life program, the bestselling book of proven results for flabby folks suggests strenuous bursts of 20 to 30 minutes and intense weight training for fast-track results. If your goal is to change your physique fast, then it just doesn't make sense to spend an excess amount of time in the gym. You are either going to slow and need to speed it up or you exercising too much for your body to handle.

You should never exercise past the wall of pain and should stop as soon as your body's natural supply of endorphins are released. Exercising past the endorphin release can deplete your body of electrolytes, glycogen, and protein to rebuild your body in the long term.

Source Luka Bozic/ Workout Plans

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